Brian Kemp talks reelection, Stacey Abrams, Donald Trump, Ga politics

ATLANTA — 4 years can be a life span in politics. Primarily in Georgia.

Brian Kemp won the 2018 Republican principal for Ga governor propelled by grassroots conservatives and a late endorsement from then-President Donald Trump. Kemp went on to defeat Democrat Stacey Abrams in the standard election.

Now, Democrats are driving significant on President Joe Biden’s win in the condition. Trump and his ardent supporters are fuming with Kemp for certifying Biden’s victory. And Republicans are reeling from losing two Senate seats.

In this July 7, 2021, photo, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp speaks during an interview at his campaign office in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Continue to, Kemp is readying to go for it once more — he may possibly even get a rematch towards Abrams. Ahead of his Saturday reelection campaign start, The Involved Push talked to Kemp about the race forward, Abrams, Trump and the new Ga political landscape. The interview has been condensed for duration and clarity.

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